Skip to main content Skip to footer site map


Deliver Clinical Alerts to the Right Staff Members

Clinical alerting systems for hospitals reduce the constant buzzing and beeping of systems that alert caregivers of patient requests, changes in vitals, overhead pages, and open doors. They also help ensure the right staff members receive these notifications on their mobile devices. Test results, patient monitoring alerts, and other important updates are delivered through a secure, reliable hospital communication system that allows nurses and physicians to improve patient care.

The constant noise on patient floors today has become concerning for many. Although the buzzes and beeps are designed to alert caregivers of patient needs, too often they negatively impact patients’ ability to rest and heal. In addition, staff can experience alarm fatigue due to too many sounds competing for their attention.

Hospitals are moving toward subtle communications among nurses, doctors, and clinical monitoring systems to help in their quiet hospital initiatives or “Shhh campaigns.” Now test results, nurse call alerts, patient monitoring alerts, and other important notifications can reach the right person on his or her mobile device. And patient electronic medical records can often be updated at the same time. 

Learn How to Improve Clinical Alerting in these Critical Areas:




Take your career to the next level. Spok is going places. Our success comes from our innovative and determined employees who make Spok a great place to work.